Pages we like and unorthodox storytelling that tells a story: The New York Times published a double pager with a headline that reads: "The 281 People, Places and Things Donald Trump Has Insulted on Twitter: A Complete List."
There is a summary to guide us into what is a great "finger reading" guide to the best (should we say the worst?) of Trump's insults for a variety of subjects, places and things.
In this unconventional and tiring presidential campaign of 2016, Trump's Tweets have been a recurring theme, especially early in the morning. But, alas, the elections are in 13 days and all of this will soon be over.
The silver lining: storytelling examples such as this one from the Times. Good job.
And, if you are a US citizen, don't forget to vote.
It was an honor to be part of the CNN en Español show, Encuentro, with host Guillermo Arduino.
(In Spanish) A discussion of newspapers today, and the question: Will Newspapers Disappear?
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